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Issue 09/2015

In this issue you find the following subjects:

  • Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Aging Men
  • Vocational Training Exams’ Topics: Professionalisation and Quality
  • „Only a Viral Infection“ – Fateful or Avertibly Dangerous Course?
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Table of contents (09/2015 - selection)

Editorial

Miscellaneous

DEGAM Benefits

  • Contraceptive Named Uli?

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  • Alternative Methods in the Animal Kingdom

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  • Domperidone: New Recommendations to Minimize Cardiac Risks

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  • Ambulatory Management of Large Spontaneous Pneumothorax: Really Possible?

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  • Dosage Reduction in Longterm Proton Pump Inhibitor Treatment: Effective Strategies?

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  • Rare But Life-Threatening: Meningococcal Septic Shock (Waterhouse-Friderichsen-Syndrome)

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Review

  • Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Aging Men

    Background: Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are a common problem in aging men. This overview of the current treatment methods focus on a critically appraised and...

    Alexandra Röllin Odermatt

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Original Papers

  • Vocational Training Exams’ Topics: Professionalisation and Quality

    Background: Family medicine vocational exams’ topics were examined concerning professionality and exams’ quality.Methods: The reference framework comprehends theory...

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Case Report

  • „Only a Viral Infection“ – Fateful or Avertibly Dangerous Course?

    Background: There seems to be no published evidence for potential correlations between ambulatory respiratory infections with no fever and an imminent development of...

    Michael M. Kochen, Matthias Stratmann, Stefan Lodders

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Basic Medical Education

  • Ein Lernformat für den patientenorientierten Unterricht in der Kleingruppe

    PPI – Patient Problems Interactive

    An Approach for Patient-Centered Teaching in Small GroupsBackground: As a result of curricular changes in the training of medical students of the University of...

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Continuing Education

Letters to the Editor

DEGAM-News